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46 el B are es on tallic and etea,.cdo. is beryllium sium it :rnust not be no ahlori of curve., to ion curvec At the s.l)jlutions were ti ties of solutions are in lx. Vlll, ti in black e s of ot zinc oxide solutions were and to one ' th a in tion the so

47 but a a me fo IJOint 9., re the ;),me manner a curve ( 1) was ob lity oxide Driot 1 e to ons er 1 1 oxide 5,.6 dis so i solut!on to oool no to a.mount of was tated 6 tion At. oc. e curve roee to a h to rat the BO ion cttrve eae a aeooncl curves of After i more on in on the ent. ints of be o no pres ll 1 rom that 11 error ther no on error the zinc the chlori is e (11). same curve

48 1 grm >7 ;::; 1, ,.?, , ll , ,,.7 1., ,/7 1. F A 3.,15 1,.5 11? , 5? ,9 1 1:2., 3.,39 1.,646 l}n 4.,4 2 1., 5

49 1 5. 1,. ' , v., 1,.77 1 h 1 1 lo7 JP l-;-j 1 J 1., 3.,4 l 7 2,.9 1., 'I 4 1 :53 1 '794 2,.3 l.,b 4,. 1., rf i ),., 9'71 o 5.,1

50 1 er i Zn 't,/ 1, , 2 9 -n F;!'; )? , , , G , , ,. 3.,4

51 C.ro. Zr. Cl,_ p.,. t oo ra. H-. t\g. lx.

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53 4, libri c studi nc so ems e of' nevv a o cone on was f to tione xnore co was cone in e oolu.tioll.b a con ons,. 6., e f re.

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